Free Pattern Friday: No Nonsense Jane

Let me show you some blocks I made for Blank Fabrics several years ago using the Nonsense pattern. This collection is called Jane. Hence: No Nonsense Jane (pretty clever, huh?)

The center 10-1/2" square is a perfect way to feature a gorgeous print. Why chop it into little, tiny pieces?


15" Nonsense Block in golds

And one using their Begonia fabric for the triangles:

15" Nonsense Block in Begonia

15" Nonsense Block in Cayenne (pretty hot!)

The quilt below is just the photo of the top. I know I had it quilted, but darn if I can find the finished one. But the quilt pattern DOES show it quilted.

Would you like the pattern? Of course you do. (No pressure to sew it; we just like to collect patterns, right?) Click on the link below the photo for the 60" x 60" quilt (15" block).

No Nonsense Jane Quilt

I chose the large scale floral with the black background for a more dramatic look. I used several blenders for those triangles.
Main print with a dramatic black background

Here is the link to the No Nonsense Jane quilt pattern. Enjoy!

Comments

  1. lovely pattern and delightful colours.

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    1. Thanks, Betty. I discovered I have no more of this print so I'll have to be content to look at the digitals. Those blooms are so beautiful! Thanks for stopping by.

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  2. Thank you for the freebie! Yes, I do tend to collect a lot more patterns than I'll ever make, but you need to pick them up when they're available, right? After all, I might want to make this later! :-) I appreciate your generosity! :-) Blessings!

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    1. You're quite welcome! It's an oldie but a tried and true pattern that is so perfect for a large, beautiful print, isn't it? Big blocks means you get finished quicker, too! Thanks for stopping by.

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  3. Thank you for sharing! Those large prints do tend to be harder to use so it is lovely to have a pattern geared for that. Love the black one!

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  4. Thanks for the pattern Debbie!

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  5. Hi Debby! You've updated your website - it looks great. Thank you so much for the free pattern. ~smile~ Roseanne

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